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Food Sterilization System Monitors Temperature and Humidity

Automated Monitoring and Alarming Solution from dataTaker
CHESTERLAND OH—August 28, 2012

CAS DataLoggers provided the temperature and humidity monitoring solution for a decontamination facility using Ethylene Oxide (EtO) preconditioning rooms which needed to be continually monitored and alarmed to ensure safety. The facility needed a data logging system which was intuitive and easy to learn, cost-effective, and which featured simple data retrieval. Read more on our Food and Agriculture Applications Notes page.

Oven Temperature Monitoring Using Intelligent Data Loggers

CAS DataLoggers recently offered the temperature datalogging solution for a factory with multiple lines of batch heat treatment ovens. The factory had been taking manual temperature measurements from controller displays, but to save time and labor, the customer wanted to use an automated datalogging solution to record and transmit all the data. CAS DataLoggers provided dataTaker dataloggers with all the needed inputs along with remote data accessibility. Read more on our Quality Assurance applications notes page.

Monitoring and Recording Harmful Gas Detection in a Chemical Plant

CAS DataLoggers recently supplied a chemical company with a combination gas detection and temperature recording system. For safety reasons, the plant needed a data logger to monitor hydrochloric acid gas (HCL) and chlorine (CH2) levels as well as temperature throughout the plant in 20 separate locations. A highly-accurate standalone solution was necessary to connect to the various sensor types, store it in a large memory, and send the data to an office PC. Read more on our Environmental Monitoring Applications Notes page.

Environmental Monitoring in an Emu Farm

Recently CAS DataLoggers provided an environmental monitoring data logger for a emu farm’s animal husbandry project. To prevent health risks to the animals, the owners required accurate temperature profiling data and a single data logging solution to measure temperature, humidity, and many other parameters at precise accuracy. Read more on our Environmental Applications Notes page.

CAS DataLoggers Helps You Get Ready for RICE NESHAP!

dataTaker dataloggers Help You Ensure Regulatory Compliance by 2013

dataTaker DT85 data loggerMay 2013 is the deadline for RICE NESHAP compliance, and CAS DataLoggers has the all-in-one solution for catalyst monitoring with the dataTaker DT85 Intelligent Data Logger. Measuring diesel engine temperature, pressure, RPM, and many other parameters, the DT85 helps you achieve full compliance at a cost-effective price. Read more on our Product Announcements page.

Monitoring and Controlling Solar Heating Systems

dataTaker DT80 Intelligent Data Logger Can Handle it All

dataTaker-DT80-2 Data Logger

dataTaker-DT80-2 Data Logger

A solar hot water system installer had a need for automated monitoring to track the temperature, water flow rate, and several other parameters at various points in the tanning beds system. The goal was to setup control for the system’s various circulating pumps, to store the data for performance tracking, and to monitor energy production for billing. To save on cost, the company wanted a single solution with flexibility to connect with many different sensor types including thermistors, pyranometer voltage, 4-20mA current loops, and pulse signals from the flow meters and energy meter. Read more on our Equipment Monitoring Applications Notes page .

5 Tests to Calibrate Your DT80 Range Data Logger

For Series 3 dataTaker devices
CHESTERLAND OH—June 28, 2012

dataTaker DT80 2 Data Logger

dataTaker DT80 2 Data Logger

The new Series 3 DT80 range data loggers from dataTaker are intelligent monitoring solutions used the world over in almost every imaginable field and application. CAS DataLoggers Application Specialists have put together this how-to guide so users can check the calibration of their DT80 range data loggers. Just complete the 5-step procedure described below–if the logger fails any of these tests, then it should be returned to dataTaker or your local distributor for calibration. Read more on our dataTaker Technical Articles page.

Tank Temperature Monitoring and Control

Flexible, Affordable Process Control with dataTaker

Storage tankCAS DataLoggers recently supplied the industrial data logging technology for a large manufacturing plant monitoring the temperature of several water bath tanks used to maintain the temperature of a sample of material undergoing a long-term durability test. Plant management began searching for a single temperature recording system which could connect to RTDs and thermocouples for high accuracy recordings and also perform control functions whenever the tanks’ temperature suddenly went outside specification. Read more on our Applications Note page.

Environmental Monitoring of Algal Blooms in a River System

Stand-Alone Recording with Battery Backup CHESTERLAND OH—May 31, 2012 Algae bloomCAS DataLoggers recently provided the data logging solution for an environmental organization monitoring an outbreak of algal blooms in a major river. The slime-colored blooms had formed as a rapid increase in the population of aquatic photosynthetic microorganisms (such as phytoplankton or cyanobacteria) to the extent that the water became noticeably discolored. First a research team was formed to ascertain all the factors contributing to the outbreak. Researchers hoped that there was a way of allowing the river’s natural forces to inhibit its algae growth, given that the river was also dammed at frequent intervals by a system of locks and weirs. To this end, they required detailed knowledge of weather conditions on the river’s surface and a highly-accurate temperature stratification profile within the river itself. Read more on our Environmental Applications Notes page.

Temperature and Humidity Monitoring During Truck Shipments

Food transportation temperature and humidity loggingCAS DataLoggers recently supplied the datalogging solution for a chocolate manufacturer experiencing problems when complaints came in from customers occasionally receiving spoiled chocolate products. There were three possible phases where this risk could occur– during manufacturing, transportation, or after the retailer received the chocolate. Since both temperature and humidity were critical to chocolate quality, it was necessary to closely monitor both parameters during the entire process. Using their own equipment, the company found that their manufacturing process wasn’t the cause, so their next step was to monitor the product during transportation.